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30764
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North Carolina State Superior Court Judges in Charlotte and Greensboro ruled against last-minute legal efforts to block integration in public schools starting in September. Although other cities are still working on solving legal actions, over 322,000 African American students are enrolled in public schools for the coming term.
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30762
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Karl Robbins, a retired textile executive, had his first introduction to North Carolina in the late 1920s as a stockholder in Burlington Mills. Following the development of other mills in the state, Robbins has decided to provide land for the Research Triangle to play a part in North Carolina's future growth.
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30760
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From Cherokee to Clingman's Dome in the Great Smokies Park in North Carolina, bears are one of the main attractions, and there are many chances to see them. But the National Park Service urges tourists to keep a safe distance for the sake of both the bears and the humans.
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30763
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In 1951 the Powell Bill provided an annual appropriation out of the State Highway and Public Works Fund motor fuel tax to be allocated to North Carolina's cities and towns. For 1957, allocations reached over $6 million for over 405 cities.
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30761
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With the completion of the 1957 North Carolina state legislature session, there is no indication of changes to the upward trend of state budgets and taxes. Both expenditures and revenues will exceed $22 billion in the 1958 as compared to $9 billion ten years ago.
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30765
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The constant growth of Dillard Paper Company has required new headquarters. Dillard Paper Company has moved into a new building in Greensboro, North Carolina with 80,000 square foot devoted to warehouse and offices.
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30766
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During the first six months of 1957, investments in new industrial plants in North Carolina almost doubled from the corresponding period in 1956. investments in the first half of the year totaled over $58,000,000 in 94 new plants.